Marching to Your Own Beat

Wow, it’s March already!   It shouldn’t be here THIS quickly, though with the “bonus day” in February this leap year, an opportunity was given for another 24 hours to mentally prepare for a new month.  We’ll soon be marching forward with the clocks as we “spring forward” with Daylight Savings Time on March 10th with sunrise and sunset coming about 1 hour later, and Easter is soon to follow.   I can just FEEL spring on the way!  It’s time to think about spring plans no matter what beat we choose to march to in this crazy thing we call life.

Unconditionally Her always marches to our beat with plans to bring content this month that will resonate with you, our readers. Our food features are perfect for Easter and include Panna Cotta, Mary’s Easter Morning Breakfast Casserole, Classic Lemon Blueberry Scones, and Bird Nests with Sandy Williams as a “Cooking with Grammy” feature.    Contributor Cindy Small will be sharing a personal interest feature on how to work and win at gaining self-confidence   Rhonda Hicks is back with her own column “The Rhythm” which rolls out this month, and we’ll showcase our FIRST film festival in Scottsdale, Arizona introducing the Unconditionally Her Production of the short film My First Breath: The Story of Carl Gibson.   Look for my article on social media and health in our A Time to Bloom health and wellness coaching column, and a faith article from Susan Campbell.  All of this and some surprises along the way as well.  Follow us on social media for special posts and announcements throughout the month as well

Get your marching boots on and come join us for the month of March.  I hope each of our readers enjoy the great content Unconditionally Her is bringing you this month and that you continue to make each day count, marching to your own beat, with whatever makes it Unconditionally YOURS.

Be Encouraged, Be Empowered, Be Inspired – Be Unconditionally YOU!

“Every man must walk to the beat of his own drummer.” Henry David Thoreau, American naturalist, essayist, poet, and philosopher